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Nine new cases of coronavirus confirmed in Cleveland; city's total rises to 423

The cases include men and women ranging in age from 20's to their 80's.
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CLEVELAND — Nine more cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) have been confirmed among Cleveland residents,bringing the total number of cases in the city to 423.

The new cases include men and women ranging in age from 20's to their 80's.

The Department is working to contact anyone that may have been in close contact with those who have been recently diagnosed. 

The city's death toll remains at 13. 

As of Sunday afternoon, the Ohio Department of Health reports there are 11, 602 with 471 deaths and 2,565 hospitalizations related to coronaviurs (COVID-19) statewide. 

Cuyahoga County ranks third among counties in Ohio with 1,466 confirmed cases, 420 hospitalizations and 53 deaths. Franklin County is leading Ohio with 1,834 cases ahead of Marion County with 1,513 confirmed cases. 

Gov. DeWine along side Dr. Amy Acton and Lt. Gov. Jon Husted will provide an update on Ohio's response to coronavirus Monday at 2 p.m. 

Watch the press conference from Friday, April 17 in the player below. 

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